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MANGLORE HOUSE

•   Pitched clay roofs to protect from the


monsoon rains
•   Covered exterior verandas protect from
the scorching sun and provide a cooling spot
during rainy season
•   Use of locally sourced laterite stone blocks
are the most suitable material as it is strong,
hard and highly resistant to moisture.
•  Wood and bamboo lattices provide
additional shade and screening from the hot
sun
•   Lime plaster finish is again locally sourced
and was abundant

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• GUTTU HOUSE
•  Guthu mane are traditional homes of bunt community of coastal
Karnataka.
• has steeply pitched roof, combining single & double storeyed blocks Khamb-Wooden pillars in
atraditional Bunt house
around a courtyard
• principal building material is wood.
• The façade is usually symmetrical around a central projection
EG1:BADILA GUTHU HOUSE AT KANNUR
• This house was built using Muli Straw that was devastated in a fire
incident in the year 1904.
• The Badila Guthu house had a private judiciary system where justice
was given to people living in the village
• It has 21 rooms.
• It also has the Chaavadi(meeting space) of Dhoomavathi Daiva with
artistic pillars with wood carvings on them.
• EG:2 PILIKULA NISARGA DHAMA

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HISTORIC MASJIDS OF MANGLORE
ZEENATH BAKSH MASJID, BUNDER

the hand carved wood


work (characteristically
The prayer hall is on a plinth tile roof has ’Basel local). Tipu added
with an open colonnade Mission’ Tiles ,kin’s beautifully carved bulky
running around the building tombs rosewood pillars and also
under heavy overhanging a carved ceiling, the
eaves with carvings huge carved works are
The front portion with a prayer majestic.
hall on two levels
The water tank in the center of
the premises has granite steps
and provides water for the four minarets and a
ablutions or ’Wuzu’ prescribed typical dome
before ’namaz
MANGALOREAN CATHOLIC STYLE
• The Mangalorean
• The architecture of Mangalorean Catholic style of
Catholics has strong constructing
Mangalorean, Italian, and churches was
Portuguese influences.
influenced by the
• Their traditional houses have - Italian and
spacious porticos, Portuguese style.
• Mangalorean
red cement or terracotta floors,
Catholics learnt the
topped with Mangalore tiles technique of
• The tall windows, pointed roofs, preparing Mangalo
and verandahs are some of re tiles
the Portuguese influence in
catholic house